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“…It seems that to effectively give advice-and advice that will be listened to-doctors must first heal themselves, and lead by example. A third reason is "mind set": medical training and practice is historically heavily disease, diagnosis, and drug treatment orientated (22), and there is not yet a prevalentenough notion that nutrition is a key part of the doctor's responsibility rather than that of other members of the health care system (23). For this to change to a situation where preservation of health and prevention of disease are at the forefront requires a paradigm shift in how medicine is taught and practiced.…”
Section: Reasons For the Medical Silence In Nutritionmentioning
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“…It seems that to effectively give advice-and advice that will be listened to-doctors must first heal themselves, and lead by example. A third reason is "mind set": medical training and practice is historically heavily disease, diagnosis, and drug treatment orientated (22), and there is not yet a prevalentenough notion that nutrition is a key part of the doctor's responsibility rather than that of other members of the health care system (23). For this to change to a situation where preservation of health and prevention of disease are at the forefront requires a paradigm shift in how medicine is taught and practiced.…”
Section: Reasons For the Medical Silence In Nutritionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For this to change to a situation where preservation of health and prevention of disease are at the forefront requires a paradigm shift in how medicine is taught and practiced. But by far the most important reason is that doctors lack the expertise and/or confidence to counsel on dietary patterns and diagnose nutrition deficiencies, because they are not, or do not feel, adequately trained to do so (22)(23)(24)(25)(26)(27)(28)(29).…”
Section: Reasons For the Medical Silence In Nutritionmentioning
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